ResearchComputer Science DepartmentClimate ITgreen IT
In urban areas, bicycling is one of the most environmentally sustainable mode of transportation. PhD fellow at the IT University of Copenhagen, Anastassia Vybornova, uses computing skills to create the basis for better bicycle infrastructures in cities.
Dan Witzner HansenComputer Science Departmentethicseventswearables
In dedicating his academic career to understanding the information the human eye yields, Professor of Computer Science at the IT University, Dan Witzner Hansen, has helped pave the way for an entire academic field – one he defines as Eye Information. In his inaugural lecture at ITU on November 18 at 3 pm in Auditorium 0, he will discuss the great potential of the technology as well as the ethical dilemmas.
Climate ITResearchBusiness IT Department
Danish companies are legally obligated to document sustainability initiatives in their annual reports. A new research project will create a basis for studies and quality assurance of the legal requirement. Postdoc, Michael Hockenhull, explains how and why.
Aske MottelsonDigital Design DepartmentResearchvirtual reality
According to a new scientific paper, a virtual visit to the doctor may help convince sceptics of the COVID-19 vaccine to get vaccinated. Lead author of the paper, Assistant Professor of Digital Design at ITU, Aske Mottelson, explains how VR can make a radical difference.
Computer Science DepartmentResearchawardsalgorithms
The Best Paper Award at the annual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS) is co-authored by associate professor at IT University of Copenhagen, Nutan Limaye. It is the first time the award goes to a researcher at a Danish university.
Business IT DepartmentResearchClimate ITgrantsgreen IT
The project, Amazon 4.0, will examine the impact of technological sustainability measures in the Amazon. The researchers have been awarded close to 2.9 million DKK from the Independent Research Fund Denmark.
Louise BarkhuusComputer Science Departmentdata storagedigitizationethicssocial media
On Thursday, October 14, Professor of Computer Science at ITU, Louise Barkhuus, will present her inaugural lecture and take a closer look at the personal data we share online, how developers can assuage users’ fears, and what the digital future holds.
Computer Science DepartmentResearchartificial intelligence
A new digital tool may make it easier for companies and caseworkers to comply with the law. The tool, which highlights legal requirements in a given case process, was developed as a part of the recently completed research project Ecoknow and is used by caseworkers in Denmark and Italy.
Yvonne DittrichCollaborationsComputer Science DepartmentResearchgreen ITsoftware
ITU-researchers team up with colleagues at the Indian Institute of Technology in Mandi and Danish water management specialists DHI GRAS to create irrigation advisories based on satellite image analysis for Himalayan farmers in the northern part of India.
Anders Sundnes LøvlieSebastian RisiDigital Design DepartmentResearchgrants
Professor Sebastian Risi and Associate Professor Anders Sundnes Løvlie have just received a Villum Synergy grant for a project to improve image recognition systems by training on nonphotographic visual art.
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